Author Archives: Paladin Data Systems

Panoramic v2013.01 Release Notes

Panoramic v2013.01 Release Notes The Panoramic team at Paladin Data Systems is pleased to announce the release of version 2013.01 of Panoramic. In this release, Panoramic has significantly upgraded the Places module, added a Project Schedule View to the Projects module, and added an optional integrated Public View option. Places The Places module allows organizations […]

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Webinar – Simplify Capital Facility Planning with cloud-based Technology

Simplify Capital Facility Planning with cloud-based Technology Thursday, September 5, 2012 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST) Webinar Description Jeff Pavey will discuss how the City of Mukilteo uses Panoramic cloud-based technology to provide Mukilteo a cost effective means to store, display, and share real-time information about projects in […]

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Paladin Panoramic Introduction

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Paladin Panoramic Value

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TRACS Project Development Team meeting – January 23-26 in Denver Colorado

The TRACS Project Development Team is meeting January 23-26 in Denver Colorado. TRACS PDT is an organization of states charged with reviewing and advising the US Fish and Wildlife Service on implementation of the TRACS data system. TRACS stands for “Tracking and Reporting Action for the Conservation of Species” and is comprised on two independent, […]

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TRB – January 22-26, 2012

Transportation Research Board (TRB) 91st Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, D.C. from January 22-26, 2012. The Annual meeting attracts more than 11,000 transportation professionals from around the world. Working with the Paladin, Washington Regional Transportation Planning Organizations (RTPOs) will use the TRB Annual meeting to showcase their work developing the Forward Washington Pilot […]

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Collaboration is the Key: Successful projects with complex partnerships

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 1:00pm ET / 10:00am PT Duration: 1 hour Increasingly, the success of government programs hinges on the ability to share information with partners, stakeholders, funders, and decision-makers. These broad initiatives can be best supported through a collaborative software platform that provides a common configuration, accessible via the web, and available to […]

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Use of Web Services to promote and consume data:

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A significant component of Paladin’s long term strategy to facilitate data sharing and improve overall data accessibility includes the expanded use of web services and data mashups. Web Services offer many benefits over other types of distributed computing architectures including greater interoperability, usability, reusability and ease of deployment. Two Panoramic deployments currently utilizing web services […]

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Paladin Panoramic System Interfaces

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Paladin Panoramic System Interfaces In an effort to maximize efficiency and utility of our software applications for our clients, Paladin Data Systems employs a wide range of techniques for interfacing with complimentary database systems. Techniques vary from custom data import/export processes to utilizing web services. Traditional Data Import / Export interfaces: Paladin’s team of software […]

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Paladin Panoramic

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Panoramic Maps Panoramic is a project portfolio management system that combines elements of project management, performance management, and content management with sophisticated reporting and GIS functionality. This unique combination of features allows Panoramic to track, report, and map projects in a portfolio to assist with decision making and promote transparency. Panoramic Maps functionality enhances the […]

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